aigrette /ey-gret, ey-gret/ (noun) a plume or tuft of feathers, especially the back plume of any of various herons, arranged as a head ornament. ; a jeweled ornament depicting or suggesting this, usually worn in the hair or on a hat. code (noun) a system for communication by telegraph, heliograph, etc., in which long and short sounds, light flashes, etc., are used to symbolize the content of a message: Morse code; any set of standards set forth and enforced by a local government agency for the protection of public safety, health, etc., as in the structural safety of buildings (building code), health requirements for plumbing, ventilation, etc. (sanitary or health code), and the specifications for fire escapes or exits (fire code). impish /im-pish/ (adjective) mischievous.; of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an imp penalty /pen-l-tee/ (noun) a punishment imposed or incurred for a violation of law or rule. punishment, fine, retribution: unsportsmanlike conduct penalty kara za niesportowe zachowanie; a loss, forfeiture, suffering, or the like, to which one subjects oneself by nonfulfillment of some obligation. ; something that is forfeited, as a sum of money. privilege /priv-uh-lij, priv-lij/ (noun) A privilege is a special entitlement to immunity granted by the state or another authority to a restricted group, either by birth or on a conditional basis. advantage, affranchisement, allowance, authority, authorization, beneficium, benefit, chance, dispensation, enfranchisement, entitlement, favor, franchise, freedom, grant, honor, immunitas, immunity, indulgence, liberty, license, opportunity, permission, perquisite, prerogative, priority, release, right, title, tolerance, vouchsafement, warrant: It has been the privilege of a lifetime to serve as your president. Służba w roli prezydenta była dla mnie prawdziwym przywilejem. pro bono (adjective) the designation given to the free legal work done by an attorney for indigent clients and religious, charitable, and other nonprofit entities. pro bono publico: It was with great interest that I read Jay White's article about pro bono in the January issue. Byłem wielce zainteresowany artykułem, zamieszczonym w styczniowym wydaniu, Jay White'a na temat pro bono. quarry /kwawr-ee, kwor-ee/ (noun, verb) (noun) an excavation or pit, usually open to the air, from which building stone, slate, or the like, is obtained by cutting, blasting, etc. ; (noun) an abundant source or supply. ; (verb) to obtain (stone) from or as if from a quarry. : The students participated in an archaeological dig at a lime quarry here to implement /im-pluh-ment/ (verb) to fulfill; perform; carry out: Once in office, he failed to implement his campaign promises. Po wyborach, nie wprowadził swoich obietnic w życie. to obtain (verb) to get sth to receive, to get, to have: We are going to try to obtain a statement where we recommend the government changes to the penal code Postaramy się otrzymać orzeczenie zalecające rządowi zmianę kodeksu karnego. to suffer /suhf-er/ (verb) to undergo a penalty, as of death to endure, to incur: The traitor was made to suffer on the gallows. ; to sustain injury, disadvantage, or loss: One's health suffers from overwork. The business suffers from lack of capital.